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1918 Incorporated as the Aberdeen Concrete Shipbuilding Company Limited, a private company with capital of £5,000 "to carry on the business of civil, electrical, mechanical and water supply engineers, ironfounders, shipbuilders and repairers".<ref>The Scotsman 9 March 1918</ref>
 
1918 Incorporated as the Aberdeen Concrete Shipbuilding Company Limited, a private company with capital of £5,000 "to carry on the business of civil, electrical, mechanical and water supply engineers, ironfounders, shipbuilders and repairers".<ref>The Scotsman 9 March 1918</ref>
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South Esplanade East, Torry, Aberdeen

1918 Incorporated as the Aberdeen Concrete Shipbuilding Company Limited, a private company with capital of £5,000 "to carry on the business of civil, electrical, mechanical and water supply engineers, ironfounders, shipbuilders and repairers".[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Scotsman 9 March 1918
  • National Records of Scotland BT2/10010